Are You an Innie or an Outtie? Strategies for Extroverts and Introverts - Shared screen with speaker view
I hate this - it is sucking my soul! However I am learning things about myself and my colleagues … all good lessons
I am right with you, Jackie!!! SOS!!!!!
In contrast I don't think I want to go back in the office - loving this as an introvert
Lisa and Jackie hve both raised their hands too!
LOL - that's the one thing I find myself doing more and more over these weeks - talking out loud to myself. Ha!
My son asks me often, "are you talking to me mom?" lol
Oh no I am The Debater, so I argue with myself, ha!
Both of my kids (in their 20's) are now home with me, and I don't have that space to talk out loud to myself to process which I need even though I'm introverted.
Xander - Deft Film - RI
Hi, I have a question!
I think businesses who never allowed people to work from home may realize that certain of their employees are MORE productive now!
I'm more productive, get enough sleep, can pace myself as it works best for me - SO much better
For extroverts, having to wear a mask in public is even more exhausting, because we like to talk to EVERYONE we meet and it’s such an effort now. Not only the increased vocal volume it takes, but we’re losing the facial cues that help us “read” what people are thinking!
And I learned the hard way that if you talk a lot, you get hot and your glasses steam up very quickly. Then you're so tired!
There are sensory masks that someone has been making for the deaf. Maybe you could order some and hand out to those you speak with the most.
important for babies to learn about non verbal cues
BTW - Katie, the lilacs are beautiful!
What about grieving?
I have twice / thrice email now.
LOVE this, Laurie!
two or three times the emails since being out
I have OCD
Measuring "productivity" when working remote - outcomes, not activities; how to better be there for your team when you lead; how to realize you are "good enough" and let go of overachieving